Where Two Ways Met
Simon and Schuster, 2005 - 352 pages
The beloved author of more than one hundred wholesome and heart-warming inspirational romance novels, Grace Livingston Hill weaves a story of a soldier who is torn between the love of two women. Both are beautiful yet very different and the difficult decision he must make will have extraordinary impact upon his future. Readers will appreciate the emotional drama, moral conflicts, and riveting action that Hill infused into each of her cherished books. Repackaged in an elegant, keepsake style, this book captures the eye of a new generation of readers. Look for Hill's timeless writing to launch renewed interest in this master of genres.
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